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Tuesday, November 6th, 2012, 1:33 am

TechBytes Episode 76: Vista 8, Valve on GNU/Linux

Techbytes 2013

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Summary: The 76th episode, the first of this season, kicks off with Tim and Roy

Today’s show deals with Amazon in Ubuntu, Vista 8, Apple vs. Samsung, search engines, games including Valve, and a variety of other topics. At the end we added the track “Misery Loves Company” by The Lovemakers.

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